The European Parliament is the legislative branch of the European Union and its communications grants programme provides funding to advance its institutional communication strategy.
The aim of this call is to build and strengthen European citizenship among young people, raise awareness about how the EU works and the democratic role of the European Parliament, and empower them to become active citizens, encouraging their active involvement and participation in the European Elections 2024.
The purpose of the Category 2 activities ( Art & Cultural Programme) is to complement the activities organised under Categories 1 and 3 by offering activities that create cultural understanding and acceptance through art, overcoming linguistic barriers. Art provides a universal framework for discussing values. It appeals to a wide audience and contributes to the development of the soft skills needed for responsible citizenship.
Category 2 aims at:
The EYE (European Youth Event) brings together at the European Parliament in Strasbourgand online thousands of young people from all over the European Union and the world, toshare and shape their ideas on Europe’s future. It is a unique opportunity for 16 to 30 yearolds to interact in-person and online, inspire each other and exchange their views with experts,activists, influencers and decision-makers, right in the heart of European democracy.
The EYE is planned on 9 and 10 June 2023. It will attract up to 10.000 young people.
The maximum budget available for this call is EUR 120 000.
The actions supported under this call are mono-beneficiary actions. This means that thereis one legal entity applying for a grant. Applications presented by consortia are not eligible. Tobe eligible for a grant, applicants must be able to demonstrate that they are:
Events should take place between the starting date of the action and the European YouthEvent in June 2023 with follow-up actions until 15 December 2023.